Utbildnings- och kultursociologi
Sociology of Education and Culture at Uppsala University
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Sociology of the Social Sciences and the Humanities
PhD Course, 7.5 credits, 2021–2022
Sociology of Education, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Uppsala University
Start 17 March 2021
Prof. Johan Heilbron in collaboration with
Tobias Dalberg, Astrid Collsiöö, Per Wisselgren, Pablo Lillo Cea
With guest lecturers from Uppsala and abroad (to be announced)
Coordinator: Mikael Börjesson. For registration, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arranged in collaboration with Higher Education as Research Object (HERO), Uppsala University
This course offers a sociological perspective on the emerging field of study of the social sciences and the humanities (SSH). Similar to the area of ‘science and technology studies’ (STS), it may be referred to as ‘SSH studies.’
The course aims to explore the new domain, to critically discuss the main theoretical approaches, and to provide an in-depth analysis of central themes, in relation to empirical and historical case-studies.
After the course the graduate student is expected to be able to
Instead of the standard format of two hour meetings, the seminar will be organized in a more concentrated manner, combining seminar teaching with workshop-like meetings. Each of the five parts is a full day or more (2 to 4 sessions) consisting of lectures followed by shorter and longer presentations of work in progress by junior and senior scholars, from Uppsala and elsewhere. The five parts concern:
The Course is open to PhD students in sociology of education and related disciplines (history of science, political science, history of ideas, philosophy) as well as to postdocs and junior faculty members. For registration, please send an email to Mikael Börjesson, email@example.com.
For PhD students the first part is mandatory; they are expected to choose two of the four subsequent sessions. Each part is giving 2.5 credits. Students are expected to participate actively and are required to write a final essay on a topic of their own choosing.
To be announced.